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Did you know you can save those beautiful blooms in your garden forever? Just dip in any wax and let dry! I am a dipping fool!

Did you know you can save those beautiful blooms in your garden forever? Just dip in any wax and let dry! I am a dipping fool!

DIY Travel Hacks That Will Change How You Pack Forever... and might make you feel terribly stupid

DIY Travel Hacks That Will Change How You Pack Forever... and might make you feel terribly stupid

DIY ~ How to make luxurious body butter with just three ingredients.

DIY ~ How to make luxurious body butter with just three ingredients.

Bend your elbows, and lower into a push-up — keeping your hips and butt in a straight line.

Bend your elbows, and lower into a push-up — keeping your hips and butt in a straight line.

As you push up, move into a side plank by twisting your torso and toes to the left and raising your left arm overhead. Keep your right palm planted on the floor with a slight bend in the elbow. Keep your gaze up and toward the ceiling.    Reverse the motion, and place your left hand on the ground to return to the starting plank position. That's one rep. Now, repeat on the opposite side, and continue alternating for the full 50 seconds.   That's it! Calla says incorporating "a quickie workout…

As you push up, move into a side plank by twisting your torso and toes to the left and raising your left arm overhead. Keep your right palm planted on the floor with a slight bend in the elbow. Keep your gaze up and toward the ceiling. Reverse the motion, and place your left hand on the ground to return to the starting plank position. That's one rep. Now, repeat on the opposite side, and continue alternating for the full 50 seconds. That's it! Calla says incorporating "a quickie workout…

The T-Plank While you may be familiar with the plank, this move combines the basic movement with a push-up and rotation. Basically, your body is doing triple the work!   Start in a full plank position with your arms extended, core tight, and spine long.

The T-Plank While you may be familiar with the plank, this move combines the basic movement with a push-up and rotation. Basically, your body is doing triple the work! Start in a full plank position with your arms extended, core tight, and spine long.

Keeping your right hand firmly on the ground, kick your right leg underneath your body towards the left (as pictured). Maintain a slight bend in your right elbow, and hold this position for two to three seconds before returning to the starting position. Continue alternating sides with each rep for 50 seconds. Then, recover for 10 seconds.  "For more of a challenge, pick up your pace," suggests Gary. And, make sure to wear sweat-wicking fabrics to maximize your workout, like Calla's adidas…

Keeping your right hand firmly on the ground, kick your right leg underneath your body towards the left (as pictured). Maintain a slight bend in your right elbow, and hold this position for two to three seconds before returning to the starting position. Continue alternating sides with each rep for 50 seconds. Then, recover for 10 seconds. "For more of a challenge, pick up your pace," suggests Gary. And, make sure to wear sweat-wicking fabrics to maximize your workout, like Calla's adidas…

The Sit Out Start in a full plank position. Gary says it's like the top of a push-up. While in that position, lift your left hand off of the ground.

The Sit Out Start in a full plank position. Gary says it's like the top of a push-up. While in that position, lift your left hand off of the ground.

Perform a reverse lunge on the same side by taking a big step back with your right leg and lowering into a lunge. Those three lunges combined equal one rep. Immediately move into the next set, and continue alternating in a clockwise pattern for a total of 50 seconds.   After a 10-second break, repeat the exercise on your left leg for another 50 seconds — you'll be halfway through the routine.

Perform a reverse lunge on the same side by taking a big step back with your right leg and lowering into a lunge. Those three lunges combined equal one rep. Immediately move into the next set, and continue alternating in a clockwise pattern for a total of 50 seconds. After a 10-second break, repeat the exercise on your left leg for another 50 seconds — you'll be halfway through the routine.

Now, lunge laterally using the same leg by taking a big step out to the right and hinging at the hips to lower. Aim to get your right thigh parallel to the floor. Then, push through the heel of your right foot to return to standing.

Now, lunge laterally using the same leg by taking a big step out to the right and hinging at the hips to lower. Aim to get your right thigh parallel to the floor. Then, push through the heel of your right foot to return to standing.